50 Cent’s son Marquise Jackson says he hasn’t had a relationship with his father since he was 10 years old. He also says his dad’s music sucks. But don’t get the wrong idea—he would never release a diss track about his dad. His song “Different” was released on the 14th anniversary of his father’s “Fiddy” album and contains the line, “Lost my pops but he’s still alive.” None of that means it’s about his dad, okay?
TMZ reports that Jackson is trying to clear people’s wild misconceptions up, saying in a video, “This is not a diss to my father at all. I think they want it to be a diss. People are making it a diss because I guess they want it to be a diss. But it’s not. It’s what goes on in my life.”
Maybe Jackson is just speaking his truth. His dad is not in his life, but probably has influenced that entire life anyway. Sadly, sometimes reality seems like a diss. You can listen to the track yourself and decide: